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House panel subpoenas FBI agent Peter Strzok for deposition
The House Judiciary Committee on Friday subpoenaed Peter Strzok to appear for a deposition, even though the embattled FBI agent said last week that he would appear voluntarily...
1 hour ago - Politico
Physicist investigates home run increase
The home run rate has surged in the past several years and Major League Baseball wanted to know why. The league convened a committee of scientists to find out, including...
1 hour ago - Stanford
House Panels Subpoena FBI Official Who Sent Anti-Trump Texts
FBI Agent Peter Strzok, a central target of allegations by President Donald Trump and his allies of investigative bias and misconduct, has been subpoenaed to appear for...
1 hour ago - Bloomberg
Longtime Democratic official to lead California watchdog
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California Gov. Jerry Brown has selected a former high-ranking Democratic Party official to lead the state's campaign finance watchdog agency. Alice...
1 hour ago - My Sanantonio
Steve Knight: Paul Ryan Immigration Bill ‘Will Go Down In Defeat' But Will Help Him ‘Level with the DACA Population'
Makes Clear That Knight's Bill To Stop Family Separations Was Purely Political “While DREAMers wake up every morning with the uncertainty of whether they'll be able to remain...
2 hours ago - DCCC
Aldermen to consider paying $6 million to settle lawsuits alleging Chicago police misconduct
Aldermen will consider another $6 million in payments Monday to settle lawsuits alleging Chicago police misconduct. The City Council's Finance Committee will be asked by the...
4 hours ago - Chicago Tribune
John Ivison: Canada's new chief justice keen to drag Supreme Court into the light
OTTAWA - The Gnomes of Ottawa may not be the secretive, underground creatures of modern fairy tales. But the men and women who have run Canada's great institutions have tended...
4 hours ago - National Post
San Francisco Construction Workers Said They Found Black Dolls Hung From Nooses
The three elevator operators said in a complaint that their co-workers used threats of violence and racial slurs to try to drive them off the job.
4 hours ago - NY Times
U.S. Olympic leaders expect to face Congress again next month over Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal
Emerging from a day of private meetings on Capitol Hill, U.S. Olympic Committee leaders said Friday they were told to expect another congressional hearing on the sexual abuse...
5 hours ago - Los Angeles Times
Boston school superintendent Tommy Chang quitting
Boston school Superintendent Tommy Chang is "parting ways" with the city, a school spokesman told the Herald today. Chang has been at the helm for three years. No word yet on a...
5 hours ago - Boston Herald - 2 articles
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Caught on camera: Fire burns nearly a dozen cars in North Carolina parking lot
Multiple vehicles went up in flames at Carowinds amusement park Friday afternoon in Charlotte, North Carolina.
In Major Privacy Win, Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant To Track Your...
The Supreme Court ruled police do need a search warrant to obtain cellphone location information routinely collected by wireless providers.
Sabres select Swedish defenseman Rasmus Dahlin first overall
DALLAS - The Buffalo Sabres have selected defenseman Rasmus Dahlin with the first overall pick in the NHL draft, giving them a dynamic player who should spark their rebuilding...
Festival vendor convinces people to purchase $38 'hot dog water'
Great news: It's keto-friendly.
Supreme Court: Cops need search warrant to track suspects by cellphones
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court says police generally need a search warrant if they want to track criminal suspects' movements by collecting information about where they've used...
NHL Draft 2018: Capitals trade Philipp Grubauer, Brooks Orpik to Avalanche...
The trade helps Washington clear cap space as it attempts to re-sign John Carlson, who tallied 68 points for the Capitals last season.
Tite takes a tumble celebrating Brazil goal at World Cup
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia - Tite became the second coach to pick up an unexpected injury at the World Cup when he pulled a muscle celebrating Brazil's late goal against Costa Rica.
Mass. governor's son accused of sexual assault on flight to Boston
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's adult son, Andrew, is accused of the sexual assault by a passenger on a JetBlue flight from Washington, DC.
Dahlin to Sabres, Svechnikov to Canes to start NHL draft
DALLAS - Swedish defenseman Rasmus Dahlin went first overall to the Buffalo Sabres and Russian winger Andrei Svechnikov second to the Carolina Hurricanes in the two most...
Alix Tichelman reveals her story after Google executive's death
Alix Tichelman, nicknamed by national media as the "Call Girl Killer" and "Harbor Hooker" of Santa Cruz, is finally telling her side of the story.